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Sunday, 6 February 2011

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Bristol - (Deeper Down The Rabbit Hole News): The facial resemblance between the two is pretty damned odd, DNA Forensics said today.

Of course, one of them's dead and the other just a distinctly fey and weedy-looking suspect, awaiting Bristol police's all-clear.

Conspiracy theorists are pretty certain that Gareth Williams may somehow be linked to the Canynge Road lecturer.

"It's that haughty raised left eyebrow and the nerdy scowl," armchair detective Bunty Norris said to her pet budgie Arthur, "makes them dead ringers for a father-son combo.

"Who's a pretty boy, then?"

Other part time sleuths were pretty certain as soon as the red tops dragged in a 'suitcase' into the Joanna Yeates investigation.

Results from a National Poisons Unit DNA probe this week may finally confirm if worst suspicions have actually proved true.

Tanja Morson is 69.

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